I have compiled and uploaded the manual that weedlady so graciously emailed to me. You should be able to view it at http://www.scribd.com/doc/160833789/The-Holiday-Manual
Let me know if you have any issues.
Walter "Wally" Padgett
Ok, I think this is the last post for the evening.
Regarding the roof top air conditioner, I found a unit that "supposedly" works on craigslist. The guy is asking $200 OBO. The unit has been listed for over a month so I might be able to get it cheaper. The question is, the unit doesn't have the thermostat or vents that mount to the bottom of the unit inside the trailer, do you guys think this is a good deal or as always, buyer beware.
Forgot to include make / model info:
Duo Therm - 620315.321
Kind of funny in a way but not in another but I towed this 5,500 pound beast 300 miles home from the deer lease with a Ford F150, v6, 5spd manual pickup hitched on the bumper. The truck was only supposed to tow a maximum of 2,400 pounds in trailer weight. I've towed it since to a local lake not more than 5 miles from my house. It's towed just fine but I'm sure I'm putting a huge strain on the power train among other things. Got to save money for bigger truck.
Let me know what you guys think.
Ok, let me try this again.
Well, I posted in another thread that the trailer I have is a Vacationer. I don't think it is. Below are some pics of the trailer. The one of the kitchen shows a bit of a mess as I used it in a church men's group campout a week ago.
I measured the unit from bumper to ball hitch and it measured 23'.
The picture of the tank shows a rust line that leaks when you hook it up to water. This is a slow leak as the system all pressured up and appears to not have any other leaks outside of this one.
The roof top air conditioning worked the first 2 times I used it on the deer lease hooked up to a generator then it stopped. I read everywhere that I needed a hard start capacitor. I changed the capacitor but evidently I have some wiring wrong or the unit has something else wrong with it as it didn't work thus the window unit that is only half the BTU as the roof top. Argh.
I would like to find a door to the furnace or water heater, don't know which. I guess I could fabricate one.
I have yet to test the gas lines but have no reason to think that they don't work as the unit was fully functional before a fellow hunter on the lease gave me the trailer.
Testing just one picture here then will post in subsequent posts in this thread.
I want to thank Weedlady for providing me a copy of her manual. It has been invaluable. Evidently I am blind or am overwhelmed by the information as I have yet to identify the unit I have.